A top floor apartment in an iconic 1950’s building in São Paulo, Brazil was renovated by architect Filipe Ramos to meet the needs of the owner who travels quite a bit. The original concrete slabs were kept intact and exposed as they work just as well today as then did in the 1950s. Large scale furniture was used as the space is open and the owner likes to throw parties where plenty of seating is needed. There’s also room for a dance floor if the mood strikes. The dining room is a step up from the living room and features black stained concrete floors. White shelves were installed to hold toys and collectibles that he brings back from his travels.